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What Wikipedia Can't Tell You about Travel Nurses
Wikipedia will tell you that travel nursing is a wonderful profession to consider because you'll experience culture in different cities, potentially earn a higher income and enjoy a housing stipend in some of the country's most desirable locations. But there are even more exciting reasons to consider travel nursing that Wikipedia doesn't mention!
February 10, 2015
The Benefits of Travel Nursing
Travel nursing requires a special kind of nurse. Not only do you have to be away from home for long periods of time, but you have to be willing to step out of your comfort zone and into a new environment. Because of the flexibility required, travel nurses often reap additional benefits that many staff positions don’t offer.
February 6, 2015
Happy Heart Health Month
A healthy heart is crucial for a lifetime of happiness. In addition to eating healthy and exercising, following the tips suggested above can help you maintain a tidy ticker.
February 6, 2015
10 Ways to Budget & Save While Living as a Travel Nurse
Travel nursing is one of the best ways to earn top-pay as a registered nurse. However, new places to see and new things to do can add up, and if you’re not careful can increase your spending. Below are ten tips for saving money and budgeting as a travel nurse. 1. Choose the Best Agency Travel nursing agencies offer varying benefits.
February 3, 2015
The Ultimate Travel Nursing Packing Guide
Nothing is more exciting to a travel nurse than heading out to a new assignment. The chance to live in a new city and work with new people is always fun. But what should you pack? And how do you fit multiple weeks into 1 suitcase? Anticipating what you will need during your multi-week stay isn't always simple – especially if you're venturing out on a new assignment for the first time.
January 15, 2015
How to Decompress After a Long Nursing Shift
The rate of burnout among nursing professionals is on the rise, according to MedPage Today. The reason – long shifts; nurses work up to 13 or more hours and that has consequences. Finding ways to decompress after taking care of others is the key to bucking this trend and remaining healthy and happy on the job.
January 13, 2015
Avoid Stress and Burnout during Traveling with These 5 Tips
When working as a travel nurse, there might be days that you leave work so tired that all you want to do is grab a quick bite to eat and hit the hay. After several months of a particularly demanding schedule, you risk becoming consistently stressed and developing signs of burnout. If you find yourself in this situation, here are 5 tips to help you rediscover your energy and passion for nursing. 1.
January 8, 2015
Five New Year's Resolutions for Travel Nurses
Celebrating the end of 2014 also means that you have a fresh start for 2015. New Year’s resolutions don't always need to focus on personal improvements like losing a few pounds. In fact, your resolutions can be a reflection of the progress you wish to make as a travel nurse.
January 6, 2015